Have you been in serious need of effective, good quality heating system maintenance in Phoenix, AZ? The heating and cooling specialists at One Stop AC Repair are ready to help. We have the experience to handle all types of heating system issues and repairs, up to and including heating system replacement.
All our furnace techs are dedicated to making the AC repair process quick and stress-free. You are guaranteed to work with trained, insured and properly trained furnace and heating equipment specialists from start to finish.
One Stop AC Repair furnace techs come on-site as quickly as possible to find out and reach a remedy quickly. With the education and learning to service all makes of furnaces, we won’t find a repair job we cannot deal with. Your furnace will be back in good condition quicker than you would expect. Because we are a whole-home service provider, we can take care of all the HVAC needs you need to continue to keep your home comfort.
There are a handful of tasks you can do in your house before you decide to get in touch with professionals here at One Stop AC Repair to perform a thorough servicing:
These are some of the most regular service calls we receive for heater repair. Dealing with these issues in your home? Call us immediately, and we will be out instantly to look for a remedy.
Manufacturers advise you get yearly maintenance on your heater to keep it in great, operating order when you need it most. Aside from that, though, it’s typical for furnaces to develop troubles throughout its life. You don’t want those problems to take place smack dab in the middle of winter so it’s best to get them looked at now. Some of those common problems are:
One of the most popular fuels which are put to use to heat residential properties is natural gas. Should you live where there is natural gas available, you will have a meter outside your property. This meter is attached to your furnace and then it utilizes that fuel to make the heat. The high temperature that gas is able to generate is a very affordable way to warm your house. Additionally, it heats your house up quickly and is normally very clean-burning. Gas heat is extremely popular for warming residential properties because it is economical and stable.
An electric powered furnace is dissimilar in the respect that it will supply you with a continuous heat. There is not any flame when you use an electric furnace, but rather you have a heat machine or utilize a forced air system. Heating pumps are small compared to a furnace, and they function the same exact way that an AC works (but in reverse). This is ideal for small homes, apartments and condo properties because the area to be warmed up isn't large. Big properties can benefit because they give off more heat than a basic heat pump would. An awesome advantage of an electric heater is the increased basic safety due to a lack of flame or deadly carbon monoxide danger.
When your furnace filtration gets filthy, dusty and clogged, you can imagine some negative effects on your furnace functionality and your indoor air quality. The forced air is supposed to get blown through the filtration and the filter is meant to trap any dust so they don’t end up in your air ducts and throughout your property. When the filtration has captured excessive contaminants and it is clogged up, the air continues blowing, but some of those trapped dirt will end up in the system and your living area. Another effect is that the heating system has to operate harder to obtain the same amount of air through that dusty filtration system, so your heating bills may rise.
If your heater is more than 15 yrs . old or broken beyond restoration, heater replacement is required. Old furnaces are very inefficient which means that you could be spending more on your gas or electric bill than you need to. Outdated furnaces can also be extremely deadly to your health and home.
Furnaces are generally controlled fires, and when the control systems on your furnace are old-fashioned or malfunctioning, the basic safety of your house is in jeopardy. Should you have an old or not working furnace, or if you need a safety check on your existing system, then give our furnace HVAC organization a call today!